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going today in, i don't know, egypt >> unemployment at 13%. inflation is almost doubled since november. >> cairo's aging infrastructure goes untended >> thanks to the revolution, we've teen tourism drop annually about $4 billion >> the huge spike in sexual assaults against women >> jon: okay. i'll put you down for a work in progress. wow. i've got to tell you, it sounds like this new egyptian president mohammed morsi has got his hands full. can't wait to see how he tackles these complex and urgent issue >> the prosecutors have ordered the arrest of popular television producer bassem yousef >> jon: who is that guy? has he been sabotaging infrastructure or harassing egyptian women on the street or unemploying egyptian. what does he do >> he uses a tv show known for poking fun at the president. bassem hosts a tv show known for poking fun at the president. ( cheers and applause ) >> jon: wait a minute. bassem yousef? the comedian? who hosts the incredibly popular weekly political satire show? now i know bassem pretty well. you can imagine that i was shocked that this whole time i have been
more heartbreaking by the day. tonight, his story and his wife's. >> tonight, kidnapped egypt, a father's nightmare. >> it is all michael shannon has left of his sons. a final picture adamant for jason, just ten months. >> i can't stop picturing them as a four and a one-year-old. or a five-year-old and a one-year-old. >> and i've had no photos and i'm trying to imagine what they would look like at 16 and 12 and hoping that they don't hate me for not saving them. >> this is a story you could tell a thousand times over. an international kidnapping to egypt, a country that takes in billions of dollars of aid from the united states, but refuses to recognize international law. when it comes to returning the united states' stolen children. according to court records, michael shannon's sons were illegally taken here by their mother. despite winning every court case since, desz piet his american citizen sons must be returned to the u.s., it's lasted more than a decade. >> if we went over there -- >> he's taking on shannon's case, for free. because he says even the united states government isn't
correspondent joining from us islamabad. thank you. egypt is facing its worst economic crisis in decades, and yet not everyone is impressed with billions of dollars pouring in from some neighboring countries. that story is coming up. plus, the drugs in west africa, find out why nigeria has becoma. >> there was just a major, major explosion. >> police in texas say an explosion at a fertilizer plant has killed as many as 15 people, as well as injuring more than 150. local emergency services are treating the victims from the nearby stadium. investigate -- investigate tords may have found i amages of a potential suspect in the boston marathon bombing. a court in pakistan has ordered the arrest of former president, pervez musharraf, local tv showed him leaving the court after the ruling. musharraf has been accused of treason for imposing emergency rule and arresting judges in 2007. now germany's lower house of parliament is due to vote later n an e.u. law to cyprus. the german finance machinester is urging parliament to pass the bailout despite an uncertainty of the euro crisis that they are
ago. tonight investigative correspondent drew griffin with "kidnapped to egypt: a father's nightmare." >> reporter: it is all michael shannon has left of his sons. a final picture. adam at 4, jason just 10 months. >> i can't stop picturing them as a 4 and a 1-year-old, or a 5-year-old and a 1-year-old. and i've had no photos, and i'm trying to imagine what they would look like at 16 and 12. and hoping that they don't hate me for not saving them. >> patty cake. patty cake. baker's man. >> reporter: this is a story you could tell a thousand times over. an international kidnapping to egypt. a country that takes in billions of dollars in aid from thited s recognize international law when it comes to returning the united states' stolen >> yay! >> reporter: according to court records, michaelshannon'on were illegally taken here 12 years ago by their mother. and despite winning every court case since, despite rulings that his american citizen sons must be returned to their father, the illegal separation has lasted more than a decade. >> nothing has worked. >> reporter: attorney stephen cull
in egypt, but these farmers say there is little to celebrate. he says he has never seen such hard times. >> planting wheat now is becoming very difficult in every way. it is simply unaffordable. >> the subsidized diesel fuel is in short supply, pushing them to the black market. that has doubled cost and affected every aspect of the profits. did -- it has left many worried about the government's expectations of a bumper harvest. >> how can we have a larger harvest when we are struggling to find fertilizers? .here are all sorts of pests there are no agricultural advisers to help us like before. flour is is -- four -- used in the main food staple. egypt imports roughly 10 million tons of wheat per year i'm a but this year, the government is slashing that -- per year, but this year, the government is slashing that by half. >> this year, egypt will have the largest wheat harvest in its history. we expect it will be 10 million tons. our dependence on imports will decrease significantly. are facing is we finding silos to store this harvest. >> experts say that more than 10 million tons does no
kidnapped, spirited out of the country, taken to egypt. that happened nearly 12 years ago. they've been there ever since. the boys' father hasn't seen them in all that time. we've tracked down the kids and tonight, you'll meet the boys' father who is desperate to get them back and why he hasn't been able to in the past 12 years. >>> we begin with the breaking news. a line from a u.s. intelligence report that was mistakenly declassified. if accurate, and that's being called into question right now, but if accurate, it dramatically changes what we know about north korea's nuclear capability. for years, we've known that pyongyang has nuclear devices and ballistic missiles. they have tested both and now show signs of preparing to test more. but until today, we believed that north korea did not have the technology to make warheads small and light enough to actually fit on a missile. well, now a defense intelligence agency report challenges that assumption. today, that mistakenly declassified line from the d.i.a.'s dynamic threat assessment 8099 was revealed by colorado congressman doug lambo
these terms charlie the others are not secular in the western sense. egypt is a traditional society. people are very much attached to their religion. they might not wear it in the political path, they might not want sharia law, okay. so secular isn't quite the right word because some of them are nationalists parties. say there was a candidate who won a lot. there was mubarak candidate who would not a lot. i wouldn't call them secular but they are more modern, modernizing party. they are more traditional and not religious based. they are ready to have a modern constitution. >> rose: when you look at the united states and what it ought to do, how does the united states play a role, if there is one, at this moment. >> it's a good question. i think all in all, i still give president obama high marks for how he's handled this because i think it's a difficult challenge. because a lot of people want him, and sometimes even i, you know you got to step in. look at what he's doing. but the morning after we stepped n look at just yesterday, there was the u.s. embassy in cairo tweeted where he did a p
horrendous incident, say the bombing of the cathedral in baghdad or bombing of churches in egypt, it may get in the news, may get on cnn, but then it dies away again. but the actual phenomenon is continuing. not necessarily with 65 people dead but with ten, 12 people dead. so there's very little awareness of what is happening around the world, and in some cases there's very little awareness of the existence of christian communities in these places in many cases, community which are 2,000 years old. >> paul and i wrote a book together in 1996? called, the blood cries out. and we covered this same issue. the book became more and more out of date as the problems increased in the world. i'd kind of set aside the problem of christian persecution when i 2010 jerusalem -- when i went to jerusalem in 2006 but it crossed my path over and over again in jerusalem because being at crossroadses people came from turkey, gaza, all over the middle east with terrible stories about what was going on. christian teachers and christian missionaries and christians indigenous to certain areas that were leaving. an
up and indicate, aren't you in congress? yes. 'm from egypt. i was getting ice cream and one said, aren't you in congress? he said you are helping the wrong people. he had family still in egypt and he said you are helping the radicals. you are helping the muslim brotherhood. we don't want them running it in egypt. we want freedom and your government helps the wrong people. you help the muslim brotherhood. he said, please dell others, quit helping the radicals. and i have been surprised that was not the first time, but it was the most recent time that someone turned out was from egypt, muslim, they want to live in peace. they don't want radicals ruining their lives and think it is wrong for the members of the radical muslim brotherhood to persecute, kill, inflict pain and suffering on coptic christians and jews. they don't think it is appropriate. they may not agree with them, but they want to live in peace. and yet this administration continues to help the wrong people. and after i met the young man v.f.w. and i he found out we are sinding tear gas to -- sending tear gas to egypt
feel te libya and egypt and all the other muslim brotherhood controlled nations, am i want to do whether they arrest americans or not, that's okay because they are against iran. we are in our main enemy routine the way we were in the soviet union when the arm of again. >> i think that was more than 14 syllables but we will let ago. thank you. >> that was what was so mystifying about secretary kerry's statement, where it didn't imagine fact that he was christian or that he was being sentenced essentially for proselytizing. even if iran is the main hostile force, we are not even willing to speak up really much there either. so i wouldn't even go that far, as far as you've gone. >> there is that patent i think of going easy on our friends are people who want to be our friends so that tends to be more concentration, say, on iran. so that's outspoken on afghanistan, about what happens there. >> you mentioned egypt earlier. >> just to mention i like him so much ago an egyptian court sentenced several americans to death in connection to the movie trailer thing. that included pastor jone
grew up in the land of egypt. >> also overseas, i've seen it in many countries such as egypt, saudi arabia, france, spain, all over europe, the fence is a brick fence. there's just one gate or two gates and there are always security people there, they know who is coming in, who is going out. it is extremely important. school resource officer jewett commerce. >> we need to redesign schools to make it harder to get access. change the access points, if you want metal detectors, make it easier to cover all the students. in this school, there are 20 or 30 bays -- way into the schools. there's no way to cover all those areas. >> but by far the biggest security problem is classroom doors. many doors only include a lock on the outside. in an emergency situation, the teacher would have to leave the classroom, venture into the hallway and lock the door. kindergarten teachers don't have to worry about their doors because they don't have in. >> we don't have doors on our classroom. if there was a reason for us to go into lockdown, i wouldn't have a way to prevent an intruder coming into the cla
on president obama to speak up for egypt's persecuted christians. virginia representative frank wolf says the president should forcefully denounce attacks on coptic believers. an angry mob through firebombs on christians outside a main cathedral in cairo on sunday, and two christians died. erl liaearlier in the week, five christians were killed in similar incidents. wolf says the attacks will continue until mr. obama speaks out. he says christians are living in free, and many are fleeing the country. and the coptic pope has accused the president of negligence. he says mohammed morsi has broken his promise to protect the christians. joining us is kristina shay, and she is co-author of the new book "persecuted, the global assault on christians." nina, great to have you back on the show. >> great to be back. >> wendy: what should the obama administration do about this increased attack and the increased persecution of christians under the muslim brotherhood. >> christians in egypt are in terrible assault. this is the seat of their coptic pope, and if that can be breached, if there can be an a
horrendous and today, say the bombing of the cathedral in that matter bombing of churches in egypt, didn't make it on cnn. but then it dies away again. the actual phenomenon is continuing. 10, 12 people do. so there's very the wellness of what is happening and in some cases the communications, in many cases, communities which are 2000 years old. >> pollen i wrote a book together in 1996, 97 it came out called the blood cries out and covered the same issue. it became more and more out of date as the problems increased in the world. i set aside the christian persecution when i went to jerusalem in 2006. it crossed my path over and over again because people came from cherokee, casa, all over the middle east with terrible stories. christian teachers, christian missionaries to start areas that were leaving and i began to see the increase and of course watching now the arab spring explode, arab spring as close as we always say, has made things so much worse and it's not look with tickets going to get any better. we began to talk about this a couple years ago, but it became necessary to activat
is the symbol for a new egypt, but some will never be at ease here. this is the place they lost their son. he was shot dead on the third day of the revolution by mubarak regime snipers. >> he died in his own land, killed by egyptians. it has been terrible. i miss him so much it tears me apart. it hurts. it hurts so much. >> they can vividly recall the fateful day two years ago. there were rumors that the egyptian museum was coming under attack. their son, a 37-year-old artist wanted to protect it with a group of friends. shots were fired. he never returned home. >> it was terrific. we looked everywhere, everywhere every day. no one helped us. it took us 43 days to find him. his body was completely disfigured. we had to do a dna test to verify it was our son. >> his parents are determined to see their son's killers brought to justice. that is why they have joined other victims' families to participate in the mubarak trial. their attorney is briefing them on the retrial. >> he represents more than 300 families, but he does not have high hopes for the outcome. he says it is not just possible but
stewart of egypt. thinking. >>ok, so there's wiggle room in the ten commandments, that's what you're saying. (vo) she's joy behar. >>current will let me say anything. >> john: we conclude wtf idaho week with a story about the sick and needy and how the idaho state legislature apparently wants to keep them that way. an attempt by democratic house minority leader john rusche to schedule a hearing on expanding healthcare for low income idahoans was rebuffed by republican house speaker scott bedke. why, you ask? mainly because obamacare has the word obama in it. among republicans keeping healthcare away from the poor is a hip happening trend. it is like a dance craze where you can dance on the greys of the poor people you denied health coverage to and still brag about how christian you is. but let's give credit to republican house state affairs committee chairman tom lurcher who said accepting more federal subsidies under the affordable care act is "a no-brainer" and he's right. however most of his republican colleagues didn't realize this was a no-brainer because they have no bra
from the palestinian refugee camp over a year ago. they took a flight to egypt, drove through the sinai, and gazs.d >> there is no safety for my family. death is everywhere. we are palestinians returning to our land and people are welcoming us. >> he was fighting with the free syrian army. we cannot show his face because he still has relatives in syria and he is worried about endangering them. demonstrationsin against the syrian government and they know about me. the regime is after me. i got a prison sentence for 8 years, but i've brought someone in the government. -- i bribed someone. them entered/4 of through an underground tunnel in egypt. they were afraid they would be turned away. he is an electrician, but he cannot find a job. out ofis running savings. he is applying for short-term unemployment assistance. we will give him a chance to work with the ministry of labour. cash for an apartment. >> many say they feel the accepted here. >> in jordan, you live near the border. but here, this is your own land. >> his house in damascus has been destroyed. he says there is nothing to go ba
million more to egypt. there is money and it is irresponsiblfor e president to lay off air traffic controller wneed and sending money to countries we don't have. >> and what is the motivation. high profile things like the white house tours and national park faa and people want to take the flights whampt is the motivation? >> to politicalize this . shows that government couldn't exist. but it is back firing on them rticularly wheny eliminated self gipeded tours in the white house, the same week they sent $250 milln more to egypt. we can't afford to rebuild every nation in the world. but we should be able to keep th capitol open. people are seeing through the political games of the president. american people are saying for goodness sakings, the sequester is the least to do. >> and i really appreciate your time. thank you for joining us today. >> thank you. >> millions was americans buried under student loan debt. one ty is telling them to come on in. it sounds pricey but is it a small price to get the economy pumping again. its own people. >> now a new report out of the new york fed
it at the flea market. don't miss today's kelly's court. plus, we're tracking developing news out of egypt today where at least five people are dead after weekend riots and attack on that country's largest cathedral. up next, why we're not hearing more about the christians under attack again in egypt. and james mattioli would have turned seven years old last month if a gunman had not opened fire on his newtown school room. his father joins us live in his first major interview today. >> i believe in simple, few gun laws. i think we have more than enough on the books. we should hold people individually accountable for their actions and we should enforce laws appropriately. progressive makes it easy, because we give you choices. you can ck where to get your car fixed, we can cut you a check, or, at our service center, we take care of everything for you. [ relaxing music playing ] [ chuckles ] -whew, so many choices. -take your time. -the service center. -okay. giving youhoices -- now, that's progressive. call or click today. to tell real people about our new 15 under $15 menu! oh my goodness... oh
by the engagement agreement of 1974 #, camp david accord, as far as they concerned egypt and israel, and, of course, the peace treaty in 19 -79d; however, and this is an important caveat, these were efforts primarily -- they achieved peace. needless to say. they were efforts primarily directed at diffusing potential superpower conflicts and establishing american asen den sigh in the middle east and cold war rivalry. we have the documents available to us. some in the room served in the government and know this better than i do, but documents are available. we know what drove president nixon, ford, and what drove secretary kissinger and we know what drove president carter. these are the thicks they thought of even as they understood how important peace between i -- egypt and israel would be. in service of these vital objectives, u.s. diplomacy was forceful and effective. by way of contrast, that's 35 years ago. by way of contrast, there is no peace between israelis and palestinians astced in spite of 35 years of futile initiatives directed at achieving the aim under what i call an orwellian rubric of
. >> important not to overreact. thanks so much, richard engel in seoul. >>> and today, egypt is trying to downplay charges that it is trying to silence a wildly popular tv comedian and satirist known as egypt's jon stewart. after issuing an arrest for basram youssef who is out on bail for criticizing egypt's president morsi. youssef told nbc that he's taking the headlines in stride and refusing to change. >> people have said that you are carrying the torch of free speech for egypt. giving a lot of very significant -- >> i would love to be called any of these things. i mean at the end of the day it is a political satire show, we try to talk to people in a different tone, in a different style of things. i mean if you watch or television that's a lot of talk shows and people talking straight. so we just take people outside of that zone. >> this has caused a lot of amusement on both capitals and some concerns. ayman joins me now, i want to talk about this interview. the level of ridicule involved in this. we've seen jon stewart blasting president morsi for what he has done. but at the same
civilizations. ancient egypt. as early as the 18th century, scholars came here to marvel at and study the great relics of the ancient sun kings. laboring among the pyramids and temples of this old-world civilization, early archaeologists speculated that complex civilizations were created in the near east to spread far and wide. they thought the greek city states, the roman empire, and all the civilizations that followed were the inheritors of a single act of creation. but discoveries in the new world would provide a stunning challenge to this myopic vision of human history. in 1839, in the jungles of mesoamerica, explorers john lloyd stephens and frederick catherwood encountered the realms of the ancient maya. europeans were amazed by catherwood's written descriptions of ancient maya cities. architecture, sculpture and painting -- all the arts that embellish life had flourished in this overgrown forest. who built this city ? in the ruined cities of egypt, the stranger knows the story of the people whose vestiges are around him. america, say the historians, was peopled by savages. but savages ne
. >>> the controversy over the jon stewart of egypt spilled over twitter. it sparked an international feud on the social media sight. youssef is free on bail for a segment poking fun and morsi. the u.s. embassy tweeted this link that brings you to jon stewarts defense of youssef from earlier this week. >> for someone who spent time in jail yourself, you seem eager to send others there for the same non-crimes. they are emerging stronger and more emerged. sending them to prison is lowering the quality of prison yard athletics. >> that tweet caught the attention of egyptian officials who responded tweeting it's appropriate for a dim lotmatic mission to engage in such political propaganda. egypt is taking its toll on a leader source of revenue. "the new york times" reports since the fall of hosni mubarak, tourism is down significantly impacting 3 million people working in 70 related industries. president obama travels to colorado for stronger gun control laws in america. they responded to last year's aurora shooting requiring background checks. it's a significant component to what the president is urging co
the implants were unsafe. >> released in egypt, where the the army is carrying out an investigation -- to the middle east and egypt, where the army is carrying out an investigation. >> the border between the two countries lies but -- a few kilometers away. >> the rockets struck in the early morning hours. one struck a construction site. the other a field in an unoccupied area. the renault imagery's -- there were no imminent -- there were no injuries or damage. >> we are calling on residents. if the sirens go off, immediately go into safe areas and safe zones. >> israelis are familiar with such precautions. they have been hit with intermittent rocket fire from sinai over the years. earlier this month, israel moved a battery with iron dome missile defense system into the city. and you hottest has claimed responsibility for the attack -- agent hottest -- a jihadist rupe has claimed responsibility for the attack -- a jihadist group has claiemed responsibiliy for the attack. >> he denies charges and says the attempt is in the -- says the charges are an attempt by the government to silen
in february 2011 as protests spread across the arab world following revolutions in tunisia and egypt. people took to the streets to demand an end to human rights violations. they also wanted a freely elected government instead of one appointed by the king. the protests were focused around pearl square, crowds pushing for a revolution. many of the protesters were women. a month later, the regime struck back with force. the crackdown was supported by bahrain's ally and neighbor, saudi arabia. riyadh sent troops to help quash the protests. tanks and helicopters cleared the square. 35 people were killed. the country is torn between iran and saudi arabia. this puts it in the front and center of the standoff between sunni and shia muslims. >> bahrain is rightly fearful of the iranians, but in my view, it makes the mistake of presenting its own shia opposition as loyal to iran. at the same time, bahrain is in actual fact no longer independent. saudi arabia has always set the limits of any reform process there, and it has important allies within the ruling family, to the extent that i do not think b
into his home in oakland last year. >>> new this morning defense secretary chuck hagel is in egypt meeting with the country's leaders. this is video of hagel meeting with israeli prime minister yesterday. in his talks with egyptian leaders today hagel will try to preserve u.s. influence in egypt as the country struggles with its transition to democracy. >>> more mosquito fogging is planned this morning in contra costa county. areas along taylor road and on holland track road will be treated with insecticide. yesterday's fogging had to be called off because of high winds. crews will try again in 15 minutes. >>> the boundaries for yosemite national park can be expanding. if the bill passes, more than 1500-acres of undeveloped land would be added to the park. spokesperson says the bill has broad bipartisan support but an identical proposal was turned down by the house of representatives last year. >>> 4:48 is the time. back over to sal who is starting in san francisco. how does it look? >> it looks pretty good there, pam. northbound 101 approaching the 80 split and no major problems here. we
be an opportunity to implement the palestinian autonomy provisions of the 19789 camp david accord. they had an egypt-israel provision and a palestinian autonomy provision. they were still part of the accord because israeli prime minister begin insisted on denying palestinian -- and insisted on control of water and insisted on a continuation of israeli settlement expansion. he was not ready to accept any form of recall awe toni as anyone would lodgely define the word autonomy. another example of ore orwellian double speak in 1982 the reagan administration perceived the occasion to revise the according following a cease fire that halted the israeli invasion of lebanon which produced a number nobody ever mentions 50, thousand palestinian and lebanese casualties. washington viewed this dramatic change in cold war terms as a great victory for the united states and as the appropriate occasion f the release of a peace plan that president reagan announced on september 1, 1982, the so-called reagan plan. particularly revealing in this context, i found, was a recently declassified confidential cia memo, redac
at the white house same week he agreed to send $250 million more to egypt. so there is money but a matter of prioritizing. i think it's irresponsible to lay off air traffic controllers that we need while sending money to countries that we don't have. >> eric: what is the motivation behind the white house, white house tours, national parks, like the faa, people want to take their flights but they are delays. what is the motivation? >> i think to politicize this and show that absent government couldn't exist on a little bit less money. i think it's backiring on them particularly when you show that they have eliminated guided tours at the white house. same thing they sent $250 million to egypt. we can't afford to rebuild every nation in the world but we should keep our capitol open. they are seeing through the political games. we'll see what happens. i think the american people are coming to our side, for gdness sakes, the sequester is the least we can do. >> eric: it's always good some good old-fashioned conservative values. senator rand paul, thank you for joining us. coming up millions of
, hello, where are you from? >> i'm from egypt. >> stephen: you're from egypt. >> do you want some ketchup? >> >> stephen: no, ketchup is for puzzies. got it, got it, right. hi, i'm steve c. i love ice cream. and i love giant heads and tiny bodies. ( laughter ) there was just one more item left on my times square bucket list. perhaps one of these young ladies could make my dreams come true. ♪ ♪ ( laughter ) i had never felt more alive. my day in the city was more than i had ever hoped for. ♪ start spreading the news i'm leaving today ♪ i want to be a part of it new york, new york ♪ these ba-da-bum something or other good day ♪ right to the very heart of it new york, new york. gloat ba-ba, with a bucket on my head. ♪ da-da just my face ♪ da-da red. ♪ i'm back at my place. i'm sitting on a couch in my office ♪ where i feel safe. i can make it anywhere ♪ if i just stay right back hee ♪ where i'm actually sittin wih a bucket on my head ♪ da-da-da. . >> da-da-da. well, that about does it. if it's one thing i learned from my journey today it's deep down we're
egypt and syria. >> jon: right. >> and without american leadership in the sense of giving some kind of guidance to countries in the region, taking a certain stance, things are not going to move in the right direction. >> jon: right. >> ultimately, we will end up having to get involved and fix it at some point, except it's going to cost us a lot more. >> jon: but isn't that what gets us into trouble-- isn't the right direction self-determination? and egypt has begun this road to self-determination. maybe we're not crazy about who they elected, and maybe right now they're not so crazy about it, either, but isn't that part of that freedom spreading process? ( laughter ) i mean, wasn't that the goal, to do that without us invading? >> well, invasion was definitely wrong. it's wrong for america to lead its foreign policy with its military. that, clearly, we should learn a lesson and not do that again. then there are also, if you look at every other freedom. -- every other democratization around the world, america has had a very big role in it. not with its military, but with its engage
and applause ) >> jon: welcome back. my guest tonight, he hosts a sateerkal news bedroom prm in egypt called al bernameg. ♪ ♪ >> jon: please welcome back to the program, bassem youssef! ( cheers and applause ) bassem youssef. bassem youssef. ( cheers and applause ) bassem! what, what, what was that? what was that? >> i'm a-- america is not that safe anymore. it's very dangerous. it's like-- i'm a littlibility scared to be here. ( laughter ). >> jon: wait a minute. you're scared of us? >> yes. >> jon: no, no, no, we're scared of you, yeah. we're scared of you. >> he's got a point -- >> no. we are scared of you. haven't you watched fox news? ( laughter ) haven't you seen ann coulter? >> jon: no, i haven't. >> now i can't aware my hijab. i saw ann coulter about three tables away, and the negative energy. >> jon: you can even feel it across the room? >> just like a zombie will not generate that kind of negative energy. >> jon: really? >> yes, yes. >> jon: you know, i had no idea. did you have a nice time-- this "time 100" dinner. >> yeah. >> jon: that must have been a lot of fun. i
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